Due to the 2015 Delhi Legislative Assembly Election on February 7, 2015, INTA’s India conference has been rescheduled for Friday, February 6, 2015.
The world is watching India with positive anticipation. The new Indian government is dedicated to establishing a vibrant IP regime in the country and has taken several initiatives to create an environment conducive to the protection of intellectual property rights. By joining the Madrid Protocol, India has instilled confidence in global brand owners, while, closer to home, India will soon have a national IP policy to promote national interests.
Get equipped to be a part of these exciting times and receive vital information and education on hot trademark topics of significant interest to in-house counsel and law firm practitioners at INTA’s conference India Emerged: Protecting Your Brand in India’s Evolving Economy, to be held at the Crowne Plaza New Delhi Okhla in New Delhi on Friday, February 6, 2015.
This intermediate-level conference presented by highly experienced international authorities from the public and private sectors will include the latest information on:
- Madrid Protocol
- ICANN: New gTLDs
- Parallel Imports
In one day you will meet important government officials, trademark owners and practitioners from other countries and will be brought up to date on recent trademark law developments that will help you protect your brands and provide optimal representation to your clients.
Online registration is now closed. Head to the Crowne Plaza New Delhi Okhla on Friday, February 6 and secure your registration onsite! Spaces are still available.